Honours degrees

The School of Communication and Creative Arts offers three Honours programs providing eligible graduates with the opportunity to undertake advanced level study and research training in the discipline of their undergraduate major.

Honours consists of a combination of coursework and independent project units, with options to complete a conventional written thesis or a combination of creative and critical work. A thesis is completed under the individual supervision of a staff member.

Our academic staff have a wide range of research expertise and many are international and national leaders in their field.

We welcome enquiries from prospective students interested in finding out more about our Honours courses.

Bachelor of Arts
(Honours)

Bachelor of Communication (Honours)

Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours)

  • Children's Literature
  • Literary Studies
  • Professional and Creative Writing
  • Journalism
  • Media and Communication
  • Public Relations
  • Animation and Motion Capture
  • Dance
  • Drama
  • Film and Television
  • Photography
  • Visual Arts
  • Visual Communication Design

For information about units of study, course structure, eligibility, fees, discipline coordinator contact details, visit the course summary / handbook
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)

For information about units of study, course structure, eligibility, and fees, visit the Bachelor of Communication (Honours) course summary (Handbook course summary page coming soon).

For information about units of study, course structure, eligibility, and fees, visit the Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours) course summary (Handbook course summary page coming soon).

To find out more contact
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Coordinator
Liz Bullen
Dr Elizabeth Bullen

To find out more contact
Bachelor of Communication (Honours) Coordinator
Nina
Associate Professor Nina Weerakkody

To find out more contact
Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours) Coordinator

Dr Patrick Pound

Related links:

Scholarship - Professional and Creative Writing

Scholarship - Regional Journalism


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